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Course Evaluation: Introduction to Teaching

8.1 Professional Practice – Participating in a Professional Community

Developing relationships and open discussion with other educators, emerging and experienced, has been a key part of processing the purpose of public education. 538 more words

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Meta-Reflection: Curriculum Design

I first came into Curriculum Design (EDU 60166) with prior experience in creating and teaching lessons and curricula but not with aligning them to any standards, nor having a clear assessment plan for them.  573 more words

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Meta-Reflection: Learners in Context

8.2 Professional Practice – Growing and Developing  professionally.

Part of growing as a professional educator has been reflecting on my own journey as a student and challenging those ideas, beliefs, and practices I thought of as normal and acceptable in the classroom. 514 more words

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Reflection 2 - Learning Beyond the Test

Prompt: Over the past few weeks, we have been discussing nature vs nurture, the basics of biological development and a few different perspectives on cognitive development. 473 more words

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The Liberal Arts as Conversation: traditionalism, careerism, and activism

This from Jack Kerwick in Academic Questions

Undoubtedly, more confusion abounds at present over the nature of a liberal arts education than at any other time. 1,958 more words

Michael Oakeshott

Reflection 1 - Child Development Pre-assessment

Prompt: For preassessment purposes, tell about what you know about child/adolescent development. Also, describe how your current knowledge of development informs your philosophy of instruction. 513 more words

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